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Where Modern Meets History
Israel is a modern country that combines a rich, illustrious history with a tourism infrastructure that caters to every taste.
Jerusalem: The Capital and Largest City
Jerusalem has been sacred to Judaism for roughly 3000 years, to Christianity for around 2000 years, and to Islam for approximately 1400 years and is well represented with Holy sites for each of the religions.
Tel Aviv: One of the Top 10 Beach Cities in the World
With approximately 9 miles of beach and 300 days of sun, it’s no wonder National Geographic ranked Tel Aviv among the Top 10 Beach Cities in the World. It is also Israel’s center of art, entertainments, fine dining, design and architecture. Cultural Tel Aviv is also home to the Israel Philharmonic, the Israeli Opera, the Bat Sheva Dance Troupe and numerous theatres.
Eliat: A Popular Tourist Destination
Israel’s southernmost city is located at the northern tip of the Red Sea on the Gulf of Eilat. The city’s beaches, nightlife and desert landscapes make it a popular destination for domestic and international tourism.
Dead Sea: Famous for Thermo-Mineral Springs
The Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth, about 1,200 feet below sea level. Rich in minerals, it attracts vacationers from around the world who come to enjoy the thermo-mineral springs and Dead Sea water. Floating on the Dead Sea is not just fun, it relaxes the body and does the skin and the joints a world of good. The therapeutic black mud, found exclusively on the shores of the Dead Sea, is renowned for improving one’s complexion.
The Friendly People of Israel Await You
Glorious beaches. Bustling cities. Nature reserves. Four seas. Deserts. Health Spas. Religious shrines. Shopping Malls. Artists colonies. Concerts in the Park. All in a compact geographical area that enables you to get from place to place in no time at all. With a tradition of making people feel welcome that goes back to biblical times, the friendly people of Israel await you!